11 // Holding onto EVERYTHING Sentimental? 3 Decluttering Hacks you HAVE to Try

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著作 Emily McDermott - Decluttering Coach, Habits and Routines Geek, Minimalist #boymom, Peanut Butter Fanatic, Emily McDermott - Decluttering Coach, Routines Geek, Minimalist #boymom, and Peanut Butter Fanatic の情報はPlayer FM及びコミュニティによって発見されました。著作権は出版社によって所持されます。そして、番組のオーディオは、その出版社のサーバから直接にストリーミングされます。Player FMで購読ボタンをタップし、更新できて、または他のポッドキャストアプリにフィードのURLを貼り付けます。

Sentimental items. They are the things we keep because they have meaning to us. They are imbued with memories. Or perhaps they don’t mean a lot to us, but they belonged to a family member and remind us of that person.

Of course we should surround ourselves with things that have meaning to us, but when sentimental items become clutter because of how much we’re keeping (and where we’re keeping it- typically in dusty boxes), we need to really evaluate what we have any why.

Today we chat about 3 mindset hacks that will help make decluttering sentimental items easier. If you need help with yours, make sure to join us in our free Facebook group! We are doing a 30-day decluttering challenge to help you declutter before the end of 2022.

GIVEAWAY! Leave a written review on Apple Podcasts between now and November 30 at 11:59 PM EST to be entered into a drawing for a free decluttering book of your choice! Just take a screen shot and send it to me via Instagram or Facebook to be entered!

Resources Mentioned:

I Give You Permission to Throw Away Your Yearbook

Instead of "Does it Spark Joy", Ask This Question When Decluttering

A Sensory Approach to Decluttering Sentimental Items

Sentimental Item Worksheet

Episodes Mentioned:

Episode 10: The MOST Challenging Type of Clutter for Moms! 4 Kinds of Aspirational Clutter and How to Finally Let Go

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I help moms declutter their homes, heads, and hearts.

Hey there, mama. Are you tired of all the STUFF crowding your home, calendar, and mind? Do you wish you could say goodbye to the endless to-do list running around in your head, while you're running around in the middle of the mess? Want to declutter but don’t know where to start? Are your dreams buried under piles of toys and laundry?

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Hi, I'm Emily - a wife, #boymom, and simplicity seeker. I struggled to get pregnant and felt completely overwhelmed - until I discovered decluttering could create the physical and emotional space I needed to become a mom.

Now, two kids later, I’ve transformed my life and motherhood by developing simple systems around decluttering, capsule wardrobes, kids stuff, cleaning and tidying, meal planning, time management, and more- and I can’t wait to share them with you!

If you’re ready to reclaim the time and energy you crave, be present with your kids, and finally enjoy the life and motherhood you SO deserve - let’s kick overwhelm to the curb, shall we?

Grab your lukewarm coffee, your notebook and pen, and clear off some counter space! Let's do this.

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5 Steps to Overcome Overwhelm -> https://simplebyemmy.com/5steps/

5 Mindset Shifts for Decluttering -> https://simplebyemmy.com/mindset/

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